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Credo is an academic alternative to Wikipedia and has useful topic pages on Climate Change and the Environment that feature encyclopedia entries, handbooks, videos, and specialized dictionaries.
Where to Find Scholarly Sources
The databases featured in this box are particularly useful for this class. You can learn more about databases on the Research Hub. Click the parrot.
Recommended Internet Resources
Books at Smith Library Center
Searching for Information
Think about keywords related to climate change fiction to start your search in the library's WorldCat catalog.
When you find a good book, open the Description section of the record to find more books on the topic using the Subject Headings. Clicking on a Subject will take you to a list of all the other books in the catalog that have been classified under that subject.
Try some of these subject headings related to climate change in WorldCat:
- Climatic changes.
- Climatology -- Observations.
- Global warming.
- Greenhouse effect.
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WorldCat@SU is the library's online catalog. You can search our collections for books, articles, archival materials, journals, maps, music, videos, and other resources. Other library's collections are searchable, too. Use Get It! to request and borrow those items.
New York Times -- Losing Earth
New York Times Registration--YOU MUST BE ON CAMPUS TO DO THIS. This link opens in a new window
Use this link to set up your SU account/pass with the New York Times. YOU MUST RENEW YOUR ACCOUNT AT THIS LINK ONCE EACH YEAR.
For more information, see the libguide at https://infoguides.southwestern.edu/NYTimes
New York Times in Education This link opens in a new window
Use this link to set up OR access your NYTimes in Education account.
For more information see the libguide at https://infoguides.southwestern.edu/NYTimes
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